I'm happy to announce that our next Supper Club will be at the wonderfully reimagined Tabla restaurant. Tabla has been around for a number of years, but it recently underwent a complete redo, both in the decor and in the menu. I really liked what I saw when I visited recently, and I liked what I tasted even better. In case you missed my review, you can read it here.
The four-course menu with wine pairings is being offered at $65 plus tax (gratuity is included). Total per person charge is $68.90. We have a limited number of seats available to us for this dinner so it's first come, first reserved.
For more information, including a look at the menu, and to reserve your place at the Tabla table, click here.
Anyone who questions whether there is a market for vegetarian restaurants only needs to visit The Sanctum, a new meat-freetery in the Mills 50 district whose slogan is “Real, damn good food” and whose online description calls its menu plant-based. It seems that it is always packed.
Admittedly, it doesn’t take a lot of people to fill the space, which is set back from Colonial Drive at the northeast corner of Fern Creek Avenue. Read More
It’s still a nice pie, Frank. Pretty good calzone, too.
Frank is also known as Francesco Paradiso and he is the pizzaiolo at Antonella’s Pizzeria, which opened recently on Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park. The pie shop is named for his wife, and the two of them are partnered in the venture with Antonella’s brother, Leonardo LaCommare.
If the LaCommare name is familiar to you it’s probably because you knew Stefano’s Trattoria in Winter Springs when the brother and sister’s parents, Stefano and Marie, were the owners.